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A.N.A. BAND CONTESTS THREATENED WITH FAILURE. ATTRIBUTED TO BALLARAT JEALOUSY. ALLEGATION REFUTED BY MR W. D. HILL. FACILITIES WILLINGLY GRANTED THE A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 12 January 1914

A.N.A. BAND CONTESTS THREATENED WITH FAILURE. ATTRIBUTED TO BALL.ARAT JEALOUSY.. ALLEGATION REFUTED BY MR W. D. HILL. FACILITIES WILLINGLY GRANTED THE A.N.A. An unusual position in connection with the A.N.A. Band Contests was discussed at a meeting of the metropolitan commit. tee in Melbourne on Friday night, and the jealousy of Ballarat organisations was advanced as the chief reason for the limited--very limited-number of entries forthcoming.   When interviewed by a "Courier" re presentative regarding the allegations of boycotting Mr W. D. Hill, general sec- retary of South Street Society, remarked that he was greatly surprised when he read the remarks in the Press. The state ments relative to interference from Balla rat were made without the slightest rea son. "As a matter of fact," said Mr Hill, "the South Street Society had no more to do with the lack of entries for the A.N.A. contest in Melbourne than the A.N.A. had to do with the great success of the Society's con...

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OUTBREAK AT SEDGEWICK. THOUSANDS OF ACRES BURNED. BENDIGO, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 12 January 1914

OUTBIREAK AT SIDODWICE. rHOIVSAN'DS OF ACflES lMBRNED. BENDIGO. Saturday. Sedgewick district was swept by a de structive bush fire last evenening. 'The out break occurred at Mournt Herbert. one of the emninences on the Mount Alexan der range of hills about two and a half miles east of Dr Atkinson's Ravenswood Estate. 'The fire was carried by a north-west ly wind over smaller estates known as "'The Springs," and Preston Vale." Many thousands of acres of grass was. burnt, also a quantity of timber. Several houses, were saved by the strenuous ef forts of the firfightees, who turned out in large numbers from Sedgewick and Mandrang.. At night the fie reassembled a brilliant pyrotechnic display on the hills. Though it was still burning this morning it progess had been checked.

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ADVENTUROUS YOUTH SWEPT OVERBOARD AT SEA. THREE LIVES LOST IN ATTEMPTED RESCUE. BAIRNSDALE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 12 January 1914

ADVENTUROUS YOUTH SWEPT OVERBOARD AT SEA. THREE LIVES LOST IN ATTEMPTED RESCUE. BAIRNSDALE, Sunday. Clarence Leatham aged 22 who resided with his parents at Benworden, left about three years ago to work his way round the world. After having visited many countries, he joined the steamer Pe£ndont enrortUy on a trip frmnn Vic toria (Canada) to San Francisco. On the voyage, during rough weather he was washed overboard and drowned. An of ficer and two seamen who went to his rescue were also drowned.

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HISTORICAL BUILDING "THE RANGERS," MOSMAN. EFFORT TO PRESERVE IT FAILS. SYDNEY, Saurday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 12 January 1914

HISTORICAL BUILDING "THE RANGERS " MOSMAN. EFORT TO PRESERVE IT FAILS. SYDNEY' Saturday. It seems an atonishing thing that for the sake of a small sum of money an his- torically valuable building is to be lost to the nation. Yet this is what is hap pening with "The Rangers," a fine old house at Mosman. For some time past it has been publicly known that unless those people who are interested in the preservation of such his- torical monuments took early and definite action the house would be demolished. A few enthusiasts, headed by Dr Fleeker and Messrs L. Harbutt and Middleton, determined on making an effort to avoid the catastrophe. They ascertained that   the owner would accept £2300 for the pro perty, £1600 to be paid down and the bal- ance to remain at 6 per cent. They de cided to form a company to raise the mo- ney. Their idea was to use the building as the headquarters of the Northern Sub- urbs Institute. They thought the task   would be an easy one; b...

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TWELVE BAGS TO THE ACRE. AVOCA, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 13 January 1914

TWE1LVE BAGS 'TO 'TlE ACRE. A"OCA. MIonday. Mr George L&ing. of "R ivredaih r Farm has abtainad 12 bapI of ohcat or w o n from the Acoran vsart,. hlvbidtod by Mr Gas. Ebrling. 'PThe value of the elr orhreat is ceidarued by the faot that Mer ting hal also o- another variety ander the esmo coaditious on his farm. and ityicldedL only foro bags per acre.

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHARLTON'S WHEAT FIGURES. CHARLTON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 13 January 1914

CHrARL'I'QNS WULi.1T FrIGlES. CR RJIrON. Saturday. Whcst-carting is now in full sw5ing. ti) to l'hurodsy cvssssn 17.3 I4apg had bken trucked from thle Charllsu -sttions 15.000 bags nar, in Ista. at the station and 1i,0110arein She farmers' rain snled. makingas total delivery at Clharltsin of orer 48,000 algs. 'The rilway sermise sn far is satssfactory.

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MECHANICS' INSTITUTE [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 13 January 1914

MECHANICS' INSTITUTE Th' monthly meeting of tie committee of thoe Muehaaatic Intataitu ta as hott ltait rcvning: fir .I. C. tirorar (presidcnt) in tho chair. After tiae acconts. amount jog to £t'J/t,'t, tada bein paaawrt for pay accot, thao finaoaciaal stateroacit htowec a debit lunaloc of .t17111tj. It wo' trcia cd to piaao 'a part presidatnt' ttblal ogaincit thae west woil oat tiar firsa stair caeo Iaoninog. It rar roiorteai that to now brick oaatbuitaiaag, whaicia include an ap-to-datc ltadics' lavatory. fatted oaian as to afford Lthoatmost prircy rand com fort. taooc bcon sraalirsfaatriIr coaaapltcdl, aad tiat li neoa soaatocriacrr haaab taenan mllrd isaco thae loot montaaty meeritg. 'hta folloawiaag are oamo of iare nra books rddca to tiao iihairr atariog the mooth: "Scott's L'aaat ttoacaitioa.' taco volr.. r raagrat by L. Ituslrto "Natotaarot iaa Cn atbinl andaa." A. S. Maieck; "Saiaarr Wharm Ncilsaa ld aw " "hIoaa the Britista ito pire," Ales. HItll; "Are Yoaa Alivri" I W. Wi...

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COUNTRY NEWS THE CROPS GOOD YIELDS AT HORSHAM. HORSHAM, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 13 January 1914

COUNT{Y NEWS THE CROPS G30D YIELDS AT lOIIRSHAMl. 1ItIISIIAM, Saturday. Hal~rtating operationes ae nosowsisrly Osisple~td, ansld larn quantities of wheat arc tbing deliverest at tie Unseissosi soils and railway station. 'The yields in mnay asten have leseu beyond eapeetotionso, hut the quallity of the grain is not tn good no in praeosns years. Many of trn crops around Toolondo, Crchap. and Salt Lake laso pIsoduced antsrthio' in the region of 10 bags to the acnR, which iv mnoch sleee the aserisge yields for sroeious yruars. Feslrstton, which is the variety most nsed in this district. bans givon sluch bertor returns thalon any other variety. although issn sst pslaaten it did net prousse so well.

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MILITARY GUARD DOCKS. CAPE TOWN, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 13 January 1914

MILITARY OIUAII DOCKS. CAPE TOWVN, Snnd'a. rerirthing is quiet in the Cape Pro Iuo. Is precaution detlahmeneb m t defenco forcms areo gltoling thfue k,. omijsoaris frna the 'raevoal so "u ; rpoonoe wlhen thy proposed 'lmtin in favor of a strike at the Salt Or rtilu ay works.

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE GOVERNMENT DETERMINED. A FIGHT TO A FINISH. LABOR LEADERS IMPRESSED. PRETORIA, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 13 January 1914

J GOVERNMENT DETElINED. A FIGOT TO A FINISH. LABOR LA,\DERS LLPrESSED. I'ITPOIIIA. Monday. Georrel Botha, the Primo, Mfinistor de ied ystrday that twno -goreanmone r? in poniblo, and thorn must oh a fight a G5moh. This declaration, oupled with the Go rnmnnt's car?ftlly nlcoirived N?t , ,renduced a grat imprarion, in Labor crI. Although not a singlo loliceman roldier was visible on Market Square Johalnmbelrg duaing the man?d noet Sf unionistjs, the kowleldg that the arn fq ull of armei men with instrue no to shoot relentlessly an the first sitm O-ricas trnublo produeol a obhoring itt.

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MEETINGS OF RAILWAYMEN. CAPE EMPLOYEES OPPOSE STRIKE. SYNDICALISTS' METHODS CONDEMNED. [?]ETERMARITZBURGT MEN REJECT STRIKE PROPOSALS. CONFLICTING OPINIONS IN DURBAN. CAPE TOWN, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 13 January 1914

liLirLtGS OF I1ttLWA-MEN. :Al? IAMPLOYAIAS OPPOS' STR"K'~ STNDICALIMS' T IXTHODS CON D~tiNED, - MLARIITZBURG MNIt REIJECT STRTiIkE PROPOSALS. CONFLICTING OPINIONS IN DUR BAN. CAPE TOWN, Monday. A meeting cdteeld by NtO railwalmen as held in Cape Town ypesaeday, wh, i of the r?eponihle leaden oeopleta eieeiatnd theomsnlves Teom the Syndi ,' and revohltiomlry methode and op a general etriko. Only one peech t n fawvor of Oho railhmy strike. ncers Lyons (local presidont) and Inr on (veicedpreenict) deolael that tho orkrs in Cape Colony belioeved in on ritiotnal methodls, and those had not et bhn e.hnoutod. Ar Smith, ecr?tary of the Railway Ienr Union. remarked that the strikers m alhetdrly hopelessly hbeaten. le add ,. "Let tho workers first oonsider their ireo and childhen." Altlhouh reeoletions were invitod, none om lforthomicg. The moeeting then re c?lvd itel into a general Laborite gn hioring. -'The younger rection enthosistically f.e oral the strike. ?ventually reohtiton weore' car...

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[?]APID MOBILISATION OF FORCES. LINES AND BRIDGES PROTECTED. CAPE TOWN, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 13 January 1914

D )OnLtLi8ATION 01 PFORICS. IRC AD nrRIDOF.S PROTE~CRD. CAPS TOWN. Monday. -A{r rom i(a eonnection with t?e , tho mohilizmion of the citijan de nowo fo?''c wa on?edered as a gratilfy t,5? nf tho oficiency of the newly plte orglmawttinn. The burgher ooeeman?de ae now ra d1erox kenl?r..m By Taiay all the ,a lin d ar?d ridge -ill te adequately adndn

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CABLEGRAMS (REUTER'S) RAND RAILWAY STRIKE JOHANNESBURG QUIET. RAILWAY MANAGER OPTIMISTIC. GOOD SERVICE OF TRAINS. LABOR PARTY'S MANIFESTO. JOHANNERSBURG, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 13 January 1914

CABLEGCRAMS lit itOh' Jj RAND RAILWAY STRIKE JOUANNISDUIlG QUIlr. UI-WAY MANANiERt OPTIMISTIC. GOOD S'ItVICE OF TRAMNS. LAUBOn PARTY'S MANIPESTO. JOHmLNNESBUJG, Sunday. Sfa to-day Juohanim.sburg i quiet. - roiniod number of six-eil polioe o ow bomn onroled. A vigiltmco oom tto it, patrolling th? ? tlreot. it "o.n wtriuhg renl armntt. it is oxpocth SroMw bnrghers will take chargo of omine native, and o0 relirv tho ordi ry Ialico of ono ropymuibility. 'lho hundred mnen ol tho Scotlioh Hore wiln hbOn tit to Jagontfontein. whor iBauta o eniloyeti at the famouie Jo? ontoin diouimndl minm brouk cut m thlir cuompouol ond ralidel t town. ioro of ann1 IurgoIrh esewul" SO I*it. out of .lagiorsiontBin u i they ra - to ruturn to work. W to tu ?"i Mr W. W. Hoy, gop. alnmuaittgr of t0 .rouilway at Joloan ur wa optiniutic rliprodiog tilt untoiic of a gool borvnro of trano. o aticilmat' that the noriml eervic 1 runitnl g to-mrrrrow. A few of the iliramenn hv' AJregdy resunmed anod a dr of otL erv a...

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BALLARAT HORSE MARKET. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 13 January 1914

AId.ARA.T HORSE Mat J2ET. Friday. hlun. )leme eznd Co. report: -A rate number of harem were yadedd oponiog cate, oeoiiting of a few esl mldeim unbroken draught ned , truck of oedium to heavy It ooorce and geldings broken in. tolaom oonioited of deli and light hoe-oe torte lee poniei. Theore wo a gool atteodeneo. including a nn1 I disrict fanneros; bet compctition I.cliaco lcted noimation, and bout me Ihmitld. Iloweroo. orwe hare .2'rn for good droughte. and a truckl nh horse eould mnoct with good .lition. There is alm inqeiry for SectivCe dolivory and light hemrnei. n'o aticipate that the market ainU vo in the near future. We mode Allfellowe:-OaUieemteet of Mr J. he. Yrlar shnlohot. 000 5-year me dreamlit. .C±7; neo egre drought. cur tyrer medium deraoght. en , .11110/. On uooeunt of Mer W. * ilnrut. one 4-year medium' ht gelding. .127/10/; one 7-yearlight fght, .214: 000 aged hach, .£0/6/. tini at of Mr it. uick, Caenadan. 0ne moro, £14. On acount of Mr F.( lint. lallarat. one 00-y...

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE UNIVERSITY EXAMINATION RESULTS. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 13 January 1914

MELBOURNE :IIVERSII1 EXAMINATION IIISUIt MEIO1.130lfN. 8.I "Putthor results of the Poc.r t+:" nationa wero announced at t:l, li: University tosdayr Iia folhaw: Architectnre, "lh"etil?x ] .- P'?* d 7,8, 731. Candidate No. 711 ?,. prescnt agaiu in 'r?raict II.:ca pltmentnry ellillalion. 5 a',1 136 need only preclt n a:n Int at the esapnlementary esamin4t4t4 ,No candidatea has pa'Ss in a ral dlrawing,. - ' .Natural 'hsilo. eophv.-P-ar I. following will lbe re rsminrd at plemcntart" esaminnties . o - Ss on the written paper only:--Nab. 210, 257, 6021, .2, 1. 65, ;57. ie, 4.1, 728, 7.18, 1746, 12. 9 17. 817, t"1, 8052. 85. 8Mt. 6,. 162. ,42. 8:5., 767, 00 .884. 642, 89, 89.4. 1.23. 1012. Senior German Pass. - 'th ,i Melbourno eandidtattscO ,-ln : - 23. 706. 230. 5:0, 4, 59. 54 1. .72. 82* 517. 19t. 1611. 12115. int. 10. 1442,19. 1515, 16. 42. ,' 1781, 1052. 2402, 290.1. 2431. Senior Pt?'7ies.--Nate5?Ks of lowing esadlnto ll who tailied a plate or unrttisfnetor: - NSm 1789 , 1699 2011. N ...

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BALLARAT STORE AND DAIRY CATTLE MARKET. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 13 January 1914

LLAIf.t'1' S'hOIIl AND DAIRY C'PI'L: MAltKlAlT'. Friday. a, l.ana, andl Co. report.-A falr m xas canucd tor the opelning sale, tng of ai few INfy cona. sprazngers, ad a young cattle. aThraro aca a.,.idanac at buyers, jincluding at r of ditit grazi..i*rs. Competi an tca, and goodl prices ruled, the yarding wing luared at'very sat ?ry Itlcas. lilers: Only It few iry et forwarnd, which sold well ,113 to .to l a2 to .,S/15t. Spring 'lo, torwarl mct good compati-. and noltl flrm ±3a'iL to £4111Vi . con, -., to .5II0 to 1 515/. .ulls: poor arti to hald. .V./14f to LIl4.. a?el, ?t to &IJ1OI; yoang cattle, 421; pnodies, l /.to 1. ~,VP T ill line ftgoadl helifr for onext Friday., n adaic intaending sellers to for ant Paaltaan rcport.--. very good Lgane forwnard for the firt sale Syar. 'rntmprising young cattlc, i rn of shear, auid dairy hcient, an arr of forward condition cowsne, andl halls. Sptringers: None foraanrd. owsr oar rnnted, and itrlacs arc ral anMna.l'lnf to CtI. Mlktrs: U...

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Ballarat Courier. PUBLISHED DAILY. First Copy Issued 10th June, 1867. TUESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 13 January 1914

gut _all t (U ir. PUBLISHED DAILY. First Copy Issued 10thl June, 1817. TUfESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1011. Papua is to Australia what Crown colo nies have been fromn time to time to the Mother Land, a source of expense, a some thing (the value of which was not overy apparent) requiring attentiauo. an appan age of doubtful drctiny. Blritain has had statesmen (sic) who,-in their narro-onees of vision, have bxn- willing to cut "the colonis" oadrift. Australia. the island continent. los been no lightly valued by some, they have seriously contemnplatal amputating it furo the Empire by neg lect. Papula is held by come folk in the Commonwaealth to coot more than it ist worth. But the general public agree that the proximity of this huge island to Australia is a suifcient and convincing reason why it should be retained by the Emire--or for Australia. l'Papua is not all "r'd." Tbhu yellow and black of OGer-. many solore a goodly portion of the in land. Wthen -l'apua was "going for a song" there was n...

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 13 January 1914

SYDNrY PRODUCE MARMJS'. Mondlay. Wh?,t /51. IFlour, 1701, 10716" Chick. wheat. 3/3 7 i.Cf Vkiwn an f l W.n ,n, 971f; o?e.to . -716, 75 Twqn'ýMAH oat. I,. L7 'ottl. ~ Iasmtni a, I1 Mlo, 416. 41. Oaten hny. 93 101. 1901 11t tcr 103/ on the floer, 105) in eoxse. 9li. -o: Sife. fold. GCheene, Gd, 51d.

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 13 January 1914

DEATHS, . CROSGIE.-On 13th January, at 103 Park atreat, John Hugh. dearly-beloved bus bnad of the late .Eliua Cejabie; aged 07 yearen. BELLY.-On the 11th .lnnuare. at St. Pancmas' Privato ttsapitl. } rankaton. Mary, relict of the late J. Kelly and beloved mother of M. K. and J. Kelly (Victorian llailways), late of Yurk street. lBllarat. (Interrnl privately at flendiga on 13th January.) W1TSON-On the 11th IJanuar at Mel bourne, William Wateon, of (Kineu. for merly of Blallarot, belucad husband of Jean Wateon; aged -12 vens. IN MEMORIAM CAlrDWT2L(L-Ta loving memory of oaur dear mnother. Martha Caldwrell, who dba parted thia life on the 13th January, 1012. at Ballarat. It is not dleathc to Sing Asida this tinful dust And rise on atraog. xulting sing. To live among the just. -Inoorlrcl Ib her loving son anI daugh. ter-in-law. Will anld Clanm Caldwell. COWAN.-In lacing memory of my dear father, Joba Conan, baw died 11th Janunry, 1313. There's a grava hemre mcy dear father ia laid; Street...

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BRITISH WHEAT MARKET. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Ballarat Courier — 13 January 1914

IuRiIIis WE LONDON 1 Friby. Wheat market dull and negleted. Jiv. orpool anrket quiet:no ld.

Publication Title: Ballarat Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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